Monthly Archives: March 2011

Rebecca Lauer to sing at Bay Area Summer Opera Theater Institute

Rebecca Lauer, a soprano studying with Patricia Wise, will be singing the role of Nora in Riders to the Sea … Continue reading

Katherine Polit at Bay View Music Festival

Katherine Polit, soprano and DM student, will be singing the role of Lauretta in two operas this summer at Bay … Continue reading

Rachel Milligan to join Central City Opera Studio Artist Program

Rachel Milligan, MM in voice performance, will be a part of Central City Opera’s Studio Artist Program this summer. She studies … Continue reading

Hye Jung Lee places in Maria Callas Competition

Hye Jung Lee, a student of Costanza Cuccaro, won third place in the Maria Callas Competition held in Athens, Greece, March 13-20. Forty-eight female … Continue reading

Stephanie Benkert wins in Indianapolis Matinee Musicale Competition

Stephanie Benkert, soprano, won first prize in the Graduate Voice division in the Indianapolis Matinee Musicale Competition on March 5. She … Continue reading

Lindsay Ammann sings with Pittsburgh Opera and Wolf Trap

Lindsay Ammann, a student of Costanza Cuccaro, sang the role of Goffredo in Rinaldo with the Pittsburgh Opera last February. This summer, she … Continue reading

Lacy Sauter to audition for Richard Tucker Study Grant

Lacy Sauter, a student of Costanza Cuccaro, has been invited to audition for a Richard Tucker Study Grant April 21 … Continue reading

Student Yuriria Rodriguez to perform at the Kalamazoo Bach Festival

Mezzo-soprano Yuriria Rodriguez will sing the Soprano II solo in Mozart’s Mass in C minor at the 64th Kalamazoo Bach Festival. With Jim Turner … Continue reading

Sylvia McNair Performance Updates

In 2011, Sylvia McNair will perform again with The Chicago Symphony (Ravinia Festival Gala), The Indianapolis Symphony, The Minnesota Orchestra … Continue reading

IU Alumna Angela Brown to sing the prose of Maya Angelou

Alumna superstar Angela Brown is featured in the New York Times article “Forging a connection in songs of women” that celebrates the … Continue reading